Bubbly bonus at 1930s’ style choir café

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A glass of Prosecco on entry at the Ensemble Choirs weekend shows should ensure the 1930s café is a happy one.

At the start of the week, as tickets sold rapidly, final preparations were being made for two shows at Campbeltown Hall, tomorrow at 7.30pm and a matinée at 2pm on Sunday afternoon.

To promote the strictly singing events, on CTH’s website, Morag McMillan wrote: ‘The 1930s was the decade of the Great Depression, but a golden era for music, culture, art and entertainment.

‘Talkies and musicals created movie stars and glamour that people could easily dream about. And they did…

‘Come and join us for a homage to the music of the 1930s, costume optional.’

Tables will be laid, there will be no stage and the choir will perform in the round singing as they tour the tables.

Tickets priced at £7, including the Prosecco, are available at the town hall.

One of the posters advertising the event. NO_c06ensemble01